Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Layton
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Hotel breakfast was off the menu- so we went to the original pancake house with Lori and David. I think I ordered so much food there was three plates in front of me. We went to Mary's house after, where they were getting ready for church and making more homemade ice cream and spicy peanut brittle. Mary's family went to church and we went to run some errands- get burger makings. Quinten and I found a awesome indoor rock wall climbing place and I learned how to tie knots ...
... be seen in the lake level, we had to walk for over ten minutes from the shore line to the edge of the water. This part of the lake is very shallow and so part of the area over which we walked was still muddy. We arrived around 1:30 at our campground, “Pony Express RV Resort” in North Salt Lake, where we will be staying for the next week.
... trolley system called Utah Traxit. SLC was the first major city in the west and also the first city to have electric lights. There was a nearby copper mine as well as huge silver mines which made this city very wealthy to say the least. I have to mention Utah University. Their medical research is amazing including artificial blood and it was the location for the first artificial heart transplanted into a human, known as Barney Clark who lived 112 ...
... off with me because he could see I wanted to leave the whole time - ahh well, I eventually escaped! So yeh, went to use the Internet for a bit, and despite its weirdness, Salt Lake seemed quite a big city for music - that same night Ludacris had played a $5 gig in the park, although had decided to give that one a miss! Still I thought I'd check the gig listings and then found that a day after I planned on leaving (I didn't yet know where, I just wanted to ...
... as we were still in shorts and T-shirts, we had to pull out the heavy jackets. I must admit the cool air felt good.....very crisp and clean. Thank goodness no snow, the snow level was reported to be at the 6800ft level so we were close. We had a quiet night in the country at a very nice KOA camp. The next day we woke up to chilly weather and the threat of rain....we were hoping no snow. We headed down the road to Hill AFB ...